Seven Bayern Munich players Thomas Tuchel wants to sell – and how much he wants for them

Bayern Munich won their 33rd Bundesliga title last season, although on the last day, they still see the ongoing summer transfer window as an opportunity to weed out those deemed redundant compared to request at Allianz Arena.

Daily mail have reported that seven Bayern stars will be allowed to leave in the hope of raising funds for new faces, namely Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane.

Daniel Levy’s stubbornness in negotiations means the two clubs are still far apart on their valuations of the English player, with Thomas Tuchel’s side lacking a lot of what the side north London wants to give their star.

£120m is a figure Levy stands on, far short of Bayern’s most recent offer of £68.5m.

Kane has been identified as Robert Lewandowski’s long-term successor after the Pole left Barcelona last summer, especially after Sadio Mane’s move from Liverpool 12 months ago failed to live up to his expectations. both player and club.

However, if Bayern are successful in their pursuit of Kane, they will need to find a lot more cash to entice Spurs to sign a deal.

As part of that fundraising effort, German sports sky reports that the club – with Tuchel’s blessing – are planning to ‘sell out’ seven players over the summer.

Below is a list of the players Bayern would ideally like to leave the club before the transfer window ends, along with the fees they would like to spend on them.

Seven Bayern Munich players the club hopes to sell this summer

Sadio Mane – 17 million pounds

The former Liverpool star arrives in Bavaria as Lewandowski’s replacement. Instead, however, he endured a tough inaugural season.

Coming in at £35m, it looks like Bayern have closed one of the summer’s moves. However, a year, seven domestic goals and a collision with Leroy Sané later, Tuchel does not consider the Senegal international as part of his plans for the future.

As a result, Mane – who also struggled under manager before Julian Nagelsmann – looks set to have a fresh start elsewhere next season.

Before that can happen, however, Bayern are chasing a £17m fee for Mane – around £18m less than what they paid him 12 months ago.

Sadio Mane stands with his hands on his hips to protest against the decision against Bayern Munich in a Bundesliga match.
Sadio Mane stands with his hands on his hips to protest against the decision against Bayern Munich in a Bundesliga match.

Marcel Sabitzer – 12.75 million pounds

Although Marcel Sabitzer spent time at the end of last season on loan to Manchester United, the Premier League club have ruled out letting him go permanently.

Unfortunately for the former RB Leipzig midfielder, when he returns to his parent club, there seems to be little desire to keep him in the squad.

So the club will be looking to discount him for £12.75m.

The 71-year-old Austria international is a key link at Leipzig, but has struggled to assert his authority at an older club.

During 2 years of hard work at Die Roten, he only played 54 times, scored only 2 goals and provided only 2 assists, very small statistics compared to previous times. that’s yours.

Marcel Sabitzer of Bayern Munich is playing

Benjamin Pavard – £34 million

Manchester City’s Kyle Walker has been closely linked with the German champions, which should worry right-back Benjamin Pavard.

One of the most valuable players on the seven-man roster, Bayern are hoping Pavard, who has been linked with a possible move to European giants Barcelona, ​​can earn up to £34m.

Since moving from VfB Stuttgart in 2019, he has played 162 times for the club and has a commendable 24 scoring involvements.

However, it looks like a change of scenery is possible for the Frenchman.

Pavard celebrates for Bayern

Bona Sarr – £2.55 million

Sarr, who has 13 caps for the Senegal national team, is ready to be bought for £2.55m this summer.

The player has signed a contract with Bayern under which he commits his future until 2024, but the club are looking to sever ties a year before the end of his contract.

Fierce competition at right-back meant that Sarr played just two minutes last season, against Werder Bremen in May.

Obviously, there will be a shortage of game minutes for a player like Sarr, so leaving seems like a deal that works for all involved.

2020-10-24T135126Z_362354850_UP1EGAO12HQJ4_RTMADP_3_SOCCER-GERMANY-BAY-SGE-REPORTAlexander Nubel – £6.8 million

Third in the standings at any club is tough, but reports are now suggesting a club exit is imminent for 26-year-old goalkeeper Alexander Nubel.

The Paderborn-born star spent two seasons at AS Monaco, where he played a total of 76 matches for the Ligue 1 side.

VfB Stuttgart has been considered his most likely landing spot, but Quote reported that there was interest in interceptors from all over Europe.

Nubel is open to moving – within Germany or abroad – but will insist that he take first place at his final destination.


Ryan Gravenberch – £42 million

The player Tuchel hopes to make the biggest bucks this summer is Ryan Gravenberch, who has found his opportunities in Bavaria limited.

The 21-year-old Dutchman will be listed for a fee in the region of £42m, which after paying a fee of £16m could rise to £20m.

Manchester United and Liverpool, in particular, have been linked with the former Ajax star. The possibility of a reunion with Erik ten Hag seems to have been taken into account, although Mason Mount’s arrival in Manchester essentially ended that possibility.

However, a profit of £22m looks optimistic, as he has failed to bring the Bundesliga down.

Any potential pursuer will have to ignore his difficult period in Germany and focus instead on the many interesting attributes the youngster possesses.

Ryan Gravenberch in a Bayern Munich shirt

Yann Sommer – £8.5 million

With veteran goalkeeper Manuel Neuer likely to return as the club’s first choice, Yann Sommer will only be used as a backup for the next campaign, which means is that leaving may be appropriate for all parties.

When Neuer was absent last term, the 34-year-old Switzerland international made 36 appearances in all competitions and was an integral part of their 11th consecutive Bundesliga win.

£8.5m is all that Bayern will gain from Sommer’s departure, although his age may prevent clubs from spending that amount.


If Bayern get the ideal price per player, they will collect a whopping £124.1m – enough to match the price Tottenham are asking for a certain 29-year-old striker.

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